Thunder Bay Police are investigating the city’s 10th homicide of 2014 — a grim, new record.
Police said 51-year-old Rene Sortolovo was found dead in his Marks Street residence on Sunday.
Union negotiators for specialized transit operators in Thunder Bay have reached a tentative contract agreement with the city.
Bishop Fred Colli says he “was shocked and surprised” when he found out that a veteran Catholic priest who served in the Thunder Bay Diocese is facing sexual assault charges against a minor.
By Gary Moskalyk
Hockey Canada is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a truckload of memorabilia and highlights of a century of hockey.
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TEN murders in 10 months in a one city is alarming. We’ve had enough. The ninth killing recorded earlier this month had already set a record.
THUMBS Down to local gas stations. “On Wednesday the provincial average for a litre of gas was $1.19 and the nationally it was $1.22. Interesting, the local stations were still at $1.34.9 to $137.9.